Brownie Girl Scouts having fun at Pretty Pony Pastures

Brownie Scouts


We offer two 2-hour programs for Brownie Scouts. Bit 'N Bridle and I Love Horses. Bit 'N Bridle is a Try-it for Brownie Scouts from the Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama Council.

We designed I Love Horses when there was no horse Try-it. Both sessions include a mini riding lesson as well as hands-on learning about horses. The girls will receive a a Try-it for Bit 'N Bridle or fun patch for I Love Horses.



Bit 'N Bridle

This is a GSSA Council badge.
Topics include:

  • Learn horse safety
  • Learn how to clean a horse
  • English vs. Western
  • What to wear when riding
  • Horse breeds
  • Have a riding lesson

I Love Horses

For Brownies who want more horse activities. Topics include:

  • Playing it safe
  • Starting clean
  • Physically fit - horse & rider
  • Let's hear it!
  • Weight and height
  • Saddle up!

The cost of this program is $25 per rider. The minimum number of riders for a session is six.

We can accomodate troops of up to 16 riders at 2:00 pm. Troops with more than 16 riders are asked to sign up at 4:00 pm.

A deposit of $50.00 is required to hold your date. For more information or to schedule your troop, contact us by email or call 248.634.7276.


Scout groups can be scheduled throughout the year on Saturday or Sunday afternoon at 2:00 pm or 4:00 pm. and on weekday mornings or afternoons during the summer.
Please check our on-line calendar
How to dress -
Riders are expected to wear long pants and a boot with a small, 1/2" heel.
Leaders, parents, and other guests should dress for the weather AND wear sneakers or boots.
Helmets are provided. Riders may use their own ASTM/SEI certified helmets. Bicycle, roller blading, or other sport helmets are not acceptable.


Participants must have a Liabilty Release form on file to participate in this event.


      9160 Eagle Road
      Davisburg, MI 48350
      248 634-7276

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